David's Reviews > Strangers in Death

Strangers in Death by J.D. Robb
Rate this book
Clear rating

's review
Jul 06, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: mystery-crime-fiction-thriller, audiobook, 2008-read
Read in June, 2008

J.D. Robb continues to roll out books at an amazing rate, but she manages to put together some good stories wrapped around outstanding repeating characters. Yes, some of her villains can be somewhat superficial and stereotypical, but I can overlook that. Her creations are just fun.

This audio publication of Strangers in Death, read by Susan Erickson is a delight. Erickson has been doing the ...in Death books for some time now and seems so comfortable adapting these characters, they could have been her creations alone.

There isn't any deep meaning in these books, and Strangers in Death doesn't reach very deep either. But fans of the series, will find this an outstanding entry.

A wealthy CEO of a sports equipment company is found murdered in a sexually-compromising position in his bedroom. The home security system is turned on and few people have the codes to unlock it. One, the wife, was on a trip to the Caribbean and no other suspects seem likely.

Eve Dallas and her team, including Roarke and Mira, use all of their means at hand to solve the case and provide entertainment for the reader. What's not to like about that.

Sign into Goodreads to see if any of your friends have read Strangers in Death.
Sign In »

No comments have been added yet.